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About Darbhanga

Darbhanga is a Municipal Corporation in the Indian state of Bihar. It is the 5th largest city of Bihar, only after Patna, Gaya, Bhagalpur, Muzaffarpur. It is the headquarters of Darbhanga district and Darbhanga division and was the seat of the Raj Darbhanga and capital of the Mithila region.

Shyama Kali Temple

Shyama Kali Temple

The Temple was built in 1933, its also known as Shyama Mai. The place whisper a lot of activities and festivity every year in the month of December. It is believed that temple was established in the funeral ashes of Maharaja of Darbhanga. The complex has 6 temples situated around a centrally located pond. Multiple Temples and lush greenery around the temples will greet you with a soulful experience and positive vibes. Along with the Kankali temple, this temple is considered as one of the major tantric temples of Bihar. Temple can be reached easily from Darbhanga Railway station.

Ahilya Asthan

Ahilya Asthan

Ahilya Asthan is dedicated to Ahilya, wife of Gautam Rishi. According to the history, Gautam Rishi had doomed his wife Ahilya to turn into a stone. But when Lord Rama’s feet touched the stone on his way to Mithila, she regained her human form. The temple is located just 3 km away from the Railway Station. Festival of Ramnavmi is celebrated here with great enthusiasm.

Chandradhari Museum

Chandradhari Museum

Chandradhari Museum is a perfect place for history lovers to collect information about the past of Darbanga. There are 11 galleries that accommodate rare art made of glass, ivory, metal, wood, and clay along with coins of different ages. The museum was built in 1957, it is located on the eastern bank of Mansarovar Lake. Expensive stones and gems are shown in the museum. Buddha statues from Nepal, brass statues of Gods and Goddesses and unique paintings on Ramayana themes are some of the eye-catching features of this museum. There is no entry fee and it is closed only on Mondays.

Kusheshwar Asthan Bird Sanctuary

Kusheshwar Asthan Bird Sanctuary

The Bird Sanctuary is a perfect place for wildlife lovers. There are 14 villages that come under Kusheshwar Asthan block in Darbhanga. The whole area remain watered most of the times. In the winter season, you can find here at least 15 endangered species of migratory birds. All villages cover an area of 7019.75 acres and under Wildlife Protection Act of 1972, these villages declared as Kusheshwar Asthan Bird Sanctuary. You can view numerous varities of birds here in the winter season like Indian Darter, Siberian Crane, Dalmatian Pelican and Bar-headed goose.

Darbhanga Fort

Darbhanga Fort

Darbhanga Fort is a very beautiful tourist attraction surrounded by beautiful mango trees. The heritage monument having a large complex used to be the residence of Zamindars Royal family of Darbhanga. Darbhanga Fort is also known as Raj Qila. The monument has many places inside the complex like Nargona Palace and Rambagh Palace.

Darbhanga is the most captivating tourist place in North Bihar with historical sites, magnificent palaces, exotic wildlife, and unique culture.

Kusheshwar-asthan

Kusheshwar-asthan

It is an important religious place, situated about 16 Kms. east of Singhia and 22 Kms. northeast of Hasanpur Road railway station on the Samastipur, Khagaria Branch line of North Eastern Railway. It is noted for the temple of Lord Shiva known as Kusheshwarasthan. Pligrims visit this place all the year round for worship. The origin of this temple is traced to the epic period.

The water logged fourteen villages of Kuseshwarasthan block covering an area of 7019 acres and 75 decimals, due to their greater ecological, faunal, floral, geomorphological and natural importance has already been declared as Kuseshwarasthan Bird Sanctuary under Wild Life Protection Act 1972 (as amended upto 1991). The following table shows the names and status of some important migratory birds seen in Kusheshwarasthan Bird Santuary and their native countries.

Kaitholic Church

Kaitholic Church

It was old type of Baungla Church established in 1891 where training is to given to Christen Pandit.. It is just situated one km north form the Darbhanga Railway Station. This building was demolished in the earthquake of 1897 and later on it was constructed. The pray was started in this building from 25 December 1991. The name of this church is Holy rosary Church. A lot of crowds were assembled on every Friday. Here Christmas festival is organized between Dec 25-31 and Anand Mela is organized on October 7 on each and every year. In the front of Church a most attractive symbol of Isamashi is also situated.